posted on Aug, 1 2008 @ 09:41 AM
Not to shoot the messenger...but I am.
Sometimes you gotta check the background on those involved in organizations in order to check your own reality.
This organziation is headed by a retired Maj. Gen. Stubblebine. Here is a link to
Stubblebine's '96 divorce ruling.
The divorce was over an affair, apparently, but I'm withholding judgement on his character over that
What I want to point out are a couple of compelling things written in this decree:
Albert Stubblebine was not gainfully employed at the time of
trial. He was, however, working fifty to sixty hours per week,
without compensation, preparing for an annual conference for an
organization involved in the study of parapsychology and psychic
phenomena, subjects of personal interest to Stubblebine.
Perhaps even more amazing is what he did in military intelligence!
When he was an Army
intelligence officer, he became interested in parapsychology and
pursued its use as an intelligence gathering device. After he
became Commander of the Army's strategic intelligence programs,
he caused research to be conducted in these areas and promoted a
concept called "remote viewing." In his retirement, he continued
that interest and expends a substantial portion of his time
investigating psychic phenomena.
During his retirement and before his marital separation, the
husband became a member of the board of directors of a non-profit
entity, Treatment and Research of Experienced Anomalous Trauma
(TREAT). The husband testified that TREAT studies, researches,
and investigates psychic experiences that people report and that
have no known explanation. As a member of the board of directors
of this non-profit entity, his expenses for activities with TREAT
are reimbursed. However, he is not employed by TREAT and
receives no salary. No evidence proved that any employment
opportunity was available to him at TREAT. Also, no evidence
proved that the husband could have obtained employment based on
his studies of psychic phenomena.
Although the record establishes that the husband now spends
most of his time pursuing his interests at TREAT, the record also
establishes that the husband's interest in this matter is
long-standing, intense, and consuming. The record clearly
demonstrates that the husband's involvement in TREAT is akin to a
hobby and provides him intellectual challenges and
self-fulfillment. Proof that the husband has an interest that
intellectually stimulates him and consumes his time in retirement
does not provide a basis to assume that the husband had abandoned
his retirement. Also, proof of the husband's good health and
ability to contribute to society should not preclude his planned
This is an actual court record, so this is fact. Here is one of our Remote Viewing founding fathers!
Now, I know here on ATS, I'm going to be skewered on a hot poker for saying this, but --- because of his background in the fantastic, does it not
then contaminate the message coming from this organization? I mean, Stubblebine has a tendancy to believe in the ultra-fantastic, so a grand
conspiracy to sicken millions with a weaponized flu virus only to support the pharmaceudical industry's push for a vaccine would be right up his